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About patrikmartinet

I'm an aspiring author trying to get my first book published.

POV #3: Javen

Batting third, and the last of my primary point-of-view (POV) characters in The Island of Kvorga: the second son of Danavin… Javen Thornhill. I won’t say a whole lot by way of introducing Javen except to say that he is very … Continue reading

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POV #2: Hadie

Batting second: Hadie Morrigan. If you’ll recall, Hadie is from the Southern Realm. She was traveling north, having decided to flee the growing environmental destabilization of the south, when she met Javen in Lonely Oak. When the Regency apprehended Javen … Continue reading

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POV #1: Yolken

The release of The Island of Kvorga, book two in The Blessed of the Dragon, is set for April 21, 2020! I thought it might be time for a few sneak peeks of what is in store for you. I’d … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal #2

I must once again hand it to Jake over at Jcalebdesign for creating another amazing cover for the Blessed of the Dragon series. Behold, the official cover for The Island of Kvorga:     The official release date of The … Continue reading

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Traction

I have been working on The Blessed of the Dragon series for something like six years. I’ve written a little about the evolution of this project in the past. I got to the point in writing this story that I felt like I … Continue reading

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Looking back on 2019 and Looking Ahead to 2020

I thought I’d take a moment and write a recap on where 2019 has taken me in my writing journey as well as look forward to what is in store for 2020. 2019 began with me sending out yet another … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek #2

CHAPTER 1   410 United Era An arc of light inched over the Mindon Mountains and pushed back the darkness. It climbed higher, forcing the starlit sky to cede its ground. As the arc advanced above, the sleeping valley awoke … Continue reading

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